Monday, July 12, 2004

 

Apparently, Some Trial Lawyers Are Good

Not the ones that represent average citizens in cases against corporations, but the ones that help out wealthy and well-connected power brokers.

Those trial lawyers are the good ones.

I bet they don't even take a fee for their work that that bad John Edwards did.

Several weeks ago, DeLay hired two criminal defense attorneys to represent him in the probe. He previously created a fund for corporate donors to help him pay legal bills related to allegations of improper fundraising, and is now considering extending its reach to include the fees for these attorneys.

R. Jeffrey Smith, The Washington Post

Via Holden, guest blogging for Atrios at Eschaton.

Remember, Mr. Bush also lawyered up. He did so in the Plame name leak probe.

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